Searle speaks about demise of Freight Books

Searle speaks about demise of Freight Books

Adrian Searle has spoken out for the first time since leaving Freight Books, calling the demise of the publisher a “personal tragedy” but not one which he thinks should “preclude him from future involvement in the publishing industry".

Speaking to The Bookseller about the events leading to the liquidation of Scottish independent publisher Freight Books, which he founded in 2011 and was a director of, Searle said his departure from the company in April was caused by a breakdown in the relationship between him and his business partner Davinder Samrai, co-owner of Freight Design (Scotland) Lt...

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